Logic - Buffers, Drivers, Receivers, Transceivers

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  • Ask: What is a buffer IC used for?

    Answer: A buffer is a unity gain amplifier packaged in an integrated circuit. Its function is to provide sufficient drive capability to pass signals or data bits along to a succeeding stage. Voltage buffers increase available current for low impedance inputs while retaining the voltage level.

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  • Ask: What is a hex buffer?

    Answer: Overview. The CD4010 hex buffers is a monolithic complementary MOS (CMOS) integrated circuit. The N- and P-channel enhancement mode transistors provide a symmetrical circuit with output swings essentially equal to the supply voltage. This results in high noise immunity over a wide supply voltage range.

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  • Ask: What is a buffer driver?

    Answer: Buffers and line drivers are integrated circuit devices that isolate the input circuit from the output circuit. This reduces the load seen by the input circuit and enables signals to be sent on PCB or cables over longer distances with higher fan-out.

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  • Ask: What are the outputs of a 3 state buffer?

    Answer: The tristate buffer, shown in Figure 2.40, has three possible output states: HIGH (1), LOW (0), and floating (Z). The tristate buffer has an input A, output Y, and enable E. When the enable is TRUE, the tristate buffer acts as a simple buffer, transferring the input value to the output.

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